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Our tour group visited the Mauna Loa macadamia nut factory. Mostly, we spent time in the gift shop, which was well stocked with anything having to do with macadamia nuts. Free samples were doled out by an employee who would give you two at a...More
This is a self tour of the factory. Good to see one time.factory runs weekdays only. Get to try all different kinds of macadamia nuts. Some of them I had no idea they had. Prices are a little cheaper than in the stores. But the...More
We booked a road and cruise trip (NCL Pride of America) to the five Mana Loa plantation, processing facility, and gift shop and, frankly, are happy we did so. The plantation and processing facility was impressive in their own right, but the product they sold...More
This is a great stop to see where the Macadamia nuts you love come from. The factory and store are nestled in the groves of trees. The factory has a nice, self guided tour to show you how the nuts are processed and the store...More
We visited the macadamia nut farm as part of a tour with MaryLous big island tour. We stocked up on bags of the nuts and I’m glad we did. They have a tasting bar there where you can try samples of every flavor they carry....More
We visited here on a private shore tour. Although crowded, you could sample almost everything and the products on offer were cheaper than the shelf prices in ABC stores. It is well worth a visit if you like macadamia nuts that have a variety of...More
I was hoping to really get informed on the farming and processing of macadamia nuts, but nope. The "tour" consists of a few windows looking down into a factory that, for us at least, was not operating. And had it been operating, there were no...More
On the way to the Visitor Center you pass through 3 miles of groves with periodic signs about macadamia nuts.
There are 25,000 trees on 15,000 acres.When you arrive you can take a tour to learn more.In the gift shop they offer free samples of...More